- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... this place will always be very special to me. Last night was only semi-drunken; Miran, the hostel owner and probably the favourite person I've met on my travels so far, showed us home videos taken during the war which again, were truly mind blowing. What struck me is that amidst the wreckage of homes, the sniper fire you can hear in the background and the general devastation, each and every member of his family is smiling ...
... strategy for that day was as well as what would happen after the evacuation. He then had to have looked up to see where Bata lived and make sure he got to intrude into that particular house. With many other soldiers doing the same thing in other homes that day, Bata had no idea why this man went through the trouble to save him. Unfortunately, this man accidentally killed himself a year later and Bata never had the chance to ask why or to thank him.
Madjas had ...
... it in dresses and heels and still managing to look semi decent, where you took one look at me and thought I had just done a triathlon for the first time! We only had the morning in Kotor and had to race back to Podgorica so we could head out to see the Ostrog Monastery. One of the girls that was staying at the hostel had organised to be driven out to it, which was really helpful seeing as it was an 8km walk from the highway where the bus dropped you off. The ...
... and a lower socio- economic area is obvious. Homes are more delapitated, and buildings are left in disrepair. On arrival in Mostar we are met by our guide who takes us on a city tour. The Turkish influence is very apparent, with mosques on every second corner. We visit a museum where we watch a video, which showed the ravages of the 1991-1995 war and the impact on the city. 90% of the city was damaged and is only now gradually being rebuilt. Most families lost at least one ...
... through town (very slowly, it was reaching 40C!!) and checked out some shops, the mosque, and even a small market where we were able to but some local liquers. Slowly we made our way back, managed to see one more person jump off, and then met up with our group and headed out of town.
One more stop found us at an old Roman ruin not far out of town, which was at a very high clifftop – ambitious climb at this temperature! Alas, it was worth ...